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start:hype_file_reference:timexxxx.txt [2018/04/18 16:07]
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start:hype_file_reference:timexxxx.txt [2018/06/05 15:57]
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-It is possible to print out timeoutput files for several mean periods at the same simulation. This is controlled from the info-file by numbering the different output information rows for the different types (see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] for example). If this option is used the second and following ​outputs will be separated ​from the first by adding the mean period as a code in the file name, e.g. timeCOUT_YR.txt holds yearly average of //cut//.+It is possible to print out timeoutput files for several mean periods at the same simulation. This is controlled from the info-file by numbering the different output information rows for the different types (see [[start:​hype_file_reference:​info.txt|info.txt]] for example). If this option is used the time outputs will be separated by adding the mean period as a code in the file name, e.g. timeCOUT_YR.txt holds yearly average of //cout//.
  
 When ensemble or sequence simulations are made, the results from simulations (I = 1 .. //n// or I = sequence number > 0) are written to files named timeXXXX_00I.txt,​ where //n// is defined by ''​num_ens''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. ​ Alternatively,​ if a Monte Carlo simulation is done with task set to write all simulations (''​task WS''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]) files will be named //​XXXXXXX_000000I.txt//​. In this case up to 9999999 simulations can be saved. ​ When ensemble or sequence simulations are made, the results from simulations (I = 1 .. //n// or I = sequence number > 0) are written to files named timeXXXX_00I.txt,​ where //n// is defined by ''​num_ens''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. ​ Alternatively,​ if a Monte Carlo simulation is done with task set to write all simulations (''​task WS''​ in [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]) files will be named //​XXXXXXX_000000I.txt//​. In this case up to 9999999 simulations can be saved. ​
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 +[[start:​hype_file_reference:​class_output|Class output files]] may also be called timeXXXX, but they are followed by a suffix naming the class group, e.g. timeCRUN_CG1.txt for the CG1 class group'​s local runoff. The file comment will contain information on which classes are included in the group. Otherwise the file is similar to the ordinary time-files. All subbasins class group variable data is printed. ​
  
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